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Dallas Wayne is a singer, songwriter, radio DJ, voice-over artist, actor and music producer. He considers himself lucky to make a living doing things he loves. Some might say it has more to do with talent than luck.

He has performed throughout North America and Europe, releasing 13 albums of his own, and performing on various compilation and band recordings including the TwangBangers, Heybale! and a Grammy- nominated bluegrass album with Special Consensus.

Dallas released his latest album Coldwater, Tennessee on theBFD/Audium Nashville label in 2022. Produced by Buddy Cannon, thisalbum of original tunes includes several co-writes with long-time collaborator Robbie Fulks, and one written with Buddy Cannon and Whisperin’ Bill Anderson — two of Dallas’ songwriting heroes.

Dallas began performing professionally while in school before moving to Nashville, where he started songwriting and developed his vocal style singing demos for the top music publishing houses. While touring Europe in the early 90s, he signed a record deal and soon moved to Scandinavia where he was a staff songwriter for Warner/Chappell Music.

After four years living and touring in Europe, Dallas returned to the U.S. and signed with HighTone Records. He later relocated to Austin, TX, releasing albums on the Koch Nashville and Smith Entertainment labels. In 2016 and 2018 he released a popular collection of classic country songs on two albums, Songs The Jukebox Taught Me, Volume 1 and Volume 2, on Heart of Texas Records. This collection includes duets with Willie Nelson, Jeannie Seely, Darrell and Mona McCall, and Paula Nelson.

Dallas currently lives in Bristol TN/VA, the Birthplace of Country Music.

On the Air

Dallas can be heard on SIRIUS XM Radio: Weekdays from noon to 6 p.m. Eastern at Willie’s Roadhouse (channel 61), Tuesday through Friday in Outlaw Country (channel 62) from 10 a.m. to noon, and Sunday from 10 a.m. to noon at Willie's Roadhouse.

He got his start in radio in 1989, drawing on his many years as a performer. Dallas solidified his radio career when he joined Outlaw Country on SIRIUS in 2005. A year later he accepted a position at KHYI 95.3 FM in Dallas where he served as Program Director and morning drive-time DJ until the end of 2007.

After the merger of SIRIUS and XM in 2008, Dallas became On-Air Personality and Associate Format Manager for the Texas-based honky-tonk channel Willie’s Place, which later became Willie’s Roadhouse.


2023 ♦ R.O.P.E. Disc Jockey of the Year Award

2020 ♦ Academy of Western Artists’ Pure Country Group of the Year (Heybale!)

2018 ♦ CMA of Texas Choice Award (formerly CMA of Texas Hall of Fame)

2015 ♦ Inducted into the Texas Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum’s Disc Jockey Hall of Fame

2014 ♦ Ameripolitan Honky Tonk Group of the year (Heybale!)

2014 ♦ Ameripolitan Music Awards DJ of the year

2009 ♦ Academy of Western Artists’ Will Rogers Award for DJ of the Year

2006 ♦ Academy of Western Artists’ Will Rogers Award for Classic Country Major Market DJ of the Year

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